Attractions that attracted me in Paris

First off, I’d like to officially share with you my exciting news of becoming a staff writer at Milliver’s Travels. At any time, you’ll be able to browse through all my articles right here.
It’s wonderful to be able to share on a regular basis some of the places I visited/will visit and fell in love with – and I feel privileged to be in such awe-inspiring company. Go check out everyone’s articles, they’re all lovely!

And now for the second part of today’s news ;)

After I wrote and sent in my first article on Paris to Milli Thornton, we quickly noticed that I had way too much to say. We divided the article into two parts, which then grew up to become a three part series.

So go ahead, click through if you’re wondering which ones are “My Three Most Favorite Attractions in Paris”.

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14 Comments to “Attractions that attracted me in Paris”

  1. GREAT pictures! Congratulations on becoming a staff writer! Millivers Travels can only benefit with your words…

    • Thank you so much, Ann, you’re a sweetheart! I’ve known and tweeted about it before, but am still as excited as I was when I first learned that I’ll be on staff :)

  2. I love seeing Paris through your eyes! Now if only I could see it as your travel buddy. :)

  3. Estrella….Congratulations on becoming a staff writer!! Woo-hoo!! If you and Janel and I all lived just a BIT closer to each other, I’d throw a party for ya! :)

  4. First, let me congratulate you on becoming staff writer. An honor well deserved, coming from one who loves to read your submissions.

    And to your posts about Paris, great stuph :-). I love the historical background you added, things that i had no idea about until now, and of course, the wonderful pics. The actual landmarks must have been breathtaking.

    Thank you for sharing. Looking forward to more
    :-)

    • Oh, Kenneth, thank you! *blush*

      I’m so glad you enjoyed the post about Paris, and learned some things you didn’t know. That’s only a part of why I love traveling. And yes, you’re right – the actual landmarks and everything overall about the trip was breathtaking! :)

      Thanks, it’s my pleasure and am so happy about getting to share with a broader readership. There will be more!

  5. Estrella,

    (Love your name by the way. Beautiful!) I, too, want to congratulate you on becoming a staff writer. How fun! Best wishes for that. Jimmy and I visit a city/town and traverse the entire place. In Paris we never took the subway or a cab once and went everywhere a person could possibly go. Makes for an intimate visit. After a few days, our favorite activity ended up being the morning walk to get a baguette!

    I’d love to see more folks in the US take to their feet. It’s hard to get folks to walk even 100 feet. Enjoy! G.

    • Giulietta – I really love your beautiful name! (mine’s a pen name, so I’ll take credit for it being nice) ;)
      Thanks for the congrats, you’re really sweet! It definitely is fun.
      I really enjoy walking and do it all the time over here, and try to do it as much as I can whenever I visit a new (or known from before) place. That’s truly the best way to experience a trip!
      (I’ll have to see about calculating how much we walked in Paris on a daily basis… you got me wondering now)

  6. Wonderful articles. i look forward to reading more about your travels.

  7. Btw – i certainly understand about taking time off. I haven’t been able to get out of my own way for a long while now.

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